Steve, Phil, Andrew & Kevin sound off about Tales From the Dank Side (golden frog press), Tim Molloy’s It Shines & Shakes & Laughs (milkshadow press), Vampirella 0 (dynamite), Invincible 133 (image), Attack on Titan, Peter’s Muscle, Vampblade, Tomboy 9 (action lab), Punch to Kill (pizza party), Aliens: Defiance (dark horse), Incinerator (secret headquarters), John Carter: […]
Andrew, Kevin & Phil run their mouths off about Officer Downe, Company Crossovers, Norman (titan), Invincible (image), Rick & Morty: Lil’ Poopy Superstar (oni), Evil Dead 2 (space goat), The Circle (action lab), Comic Book Comics – in color! (idw), The Far Dark Side (@that_phh), Red Sonja 0 (dynamite), Savage (valiant), and Happiness (kondasha)….Enjoy! #ICBN392 […]
We’re back again before you even noticed we were gone…and Phil is back but Andrew is AWOL? Listen in to hear about Crossed: Badlands 80-81, Southern Cross (image), Judge Dredd 1-3 (idw), Four Eyes, Manhattan Projects (image), The Violent (image), Spawn 260-261 (image), The Paybacks (dark horse), I Hate Fairyland (image), Hellboy: 1953 (dark horse), Wynonna Earp […]
It’s our 30th episode at the helm of ICBN! Steve, Andrew, Phil & Kevin talk up Packs of the Low Country (roar), The Mad Mummy 1 (asylum press), Invincible 118 (image), Bill & Ted’s Triumphant Return (idw), The Fly – Outbreak (idw), Secret Identities 1 (image), Edge of Doom (idw), Pope Hats (adhouse books), Red One […]
Yazan: Steve Raker | 04 May 2014 | Comments Off on Indie Comic Book Noise – Episode 340
The guys bend time and space to facilitate Andrew’s presence before leaving for C2E2, discussing his trip to WonderCon, indie comics numbering practices, Star Wars (dark horse), Bad Houses OGN (dark horse), IDW Artist’s Editions, The Hobbit GN (ballantine), Invincible #104-110 (image), Mind MGMT (dark horse), Star Trek – Alien Spotlight: The Tribbles (idw), Starlight […]
Yazan: Indie Comic Book Noise | 03 June 2008 | Comments Off on Indie Comic Book Noise 2-2
This episode features a discussion of The Walking Dead, Invincible, expensive pull lists, the work of James Robinson, the Umbrella Academy limited edition hardcover and the perils of being a pet owning comic collector.